Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce | Aaron Mahelona receives hole-in-one car from Fugate Ford | Slideshow

Aaron Mahelona received the car keys and a handshake from Fugate Ford salesman Shayne McNeill Friday. Mahelon

Aaron Mahelona receives the keys to a 2012 Ford Focus after hitting a hole-in-one at the Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce golf tournament. From left Shayne McNeill

Aaron Mahelona received the car keys and a handshake from Fugate Ford salesman Shayne McNeill Friday in Enumclaw. Mahelon

Mahelona was awarded the 2012 Ford Focus from Fugate after hitting a hole-in-one at the Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce golf tournament.

 

 

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